Category Archives: shopping

Gifts for Jerks

I hate much about this time of year. Sure, it comes with my birthday and pretty Christmas decorations, and happy looking people, but there’s a seedy underbelly to the holiday season: the need to give gifts to people you don’t like. … Continue reading

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Overheard: Small Town, Big Chain Bookstore

I went to the chiropractor today, and he ran electrodes through me; therefore, I’m fairly certain I’m now a mutant. My latent powers will show up any day and so will Professor X. That’s why I feel perfectly justified eavesdropping … Continue reading

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Adventures in Adulthood:Lunchtime Blog

Someone’s going to take away my adult card, and, to tell the truth, I’d be very happy if they did. Sure, adulthood is full of many wonderful things: I can buy lottery tickets, tobacco, and alcohol, I can pay bills, … Continue reading

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Some Gorilla Glue Would Hold it All Together

Here’s a little stream-of-conscience list of things I thought today. 10-1, because that will keep me from going on for hours. 10. I should write another blog about facial hair since that’s the one that keeps getting hits, but what the … Continue reading

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Bigger than my Hands

                If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my little adventure today as I followed the footprints left behind from the Wild Kingdom wannabes in our yard last night, it is that I am an expert tracker. Seriously, someone’s going … Continue reading

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